HOW TO CREATE A POSITIVE BRAIN II
What you put into your mind affects the chemistry of your
brain. When you put in positive things, you push the
chemistry in a positive direction. When you put in
negative things, you push it in a negative direction.
Your brain has billions of neurons (brain
cells) and trillions of connections between those neurons.
Brain cells are not physically connected directly with each
other like the wires in your house or car. The neurons are
connected indirectly through special chemicals called
When one brain cell talks to another, it
sends the message using neurotransmitters. The sending
cell releases a tiny packet of chemicals that carries the
message to the receiving cell. This scenario repeats
itself trillions of times each day. The amount and
distribution of the neurotransmitters is critical to the normal
functioning of your brain.
The health of your brain cells and the
amount of neurotransmitter chemicals available have a great deal
to do with your state of mind. People who have severe
depression are often found to have a deficiency in the amount of
neurotransmitters available for use. Drugs that deplete
the supply of neurotransmitters often lead to depression.
Drugs that elevate the supply tend to alleviate depression.
For thousands of years, people have
experimented with the chemistry of their brain. Alcohol,
LSD, peyote, hallucinogenic mushrooms, ecstasy, amphetamines,
crack cocaine, heroine, and marijuana are all chemicals that
people use to change their brain chemistry to achieve a
different mental state. These chemicals alter the
physiology of your brain, and if you abuse them long enough,
they alter the anatomy as well.
Changing the physiology of your brain
takes your mind on a temporary trip to another location.
Changing the anatomy not only takes you to a different mental
destination, it leaves you there with permanent brain damage.
While it is obvious to most people that
you can alter your brain chemistry using chemicals, it's much
less obvious that you can alter it by changing what you put into
your mind. Although further research needs to be done in
this area, one thing is clear. Whatever your state of
mind, there is a brain chemistry that corresponds to it.
Excerpt from :
Zero Tolerance To
Negative Thinking : Good-by Depression - Hello Positive Mind
David J Abbott M.D.
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